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Rocking out with the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Doritos bag

It's a movie soundtrack built inside a bag of chips. But there are cheaper and easier ways to get the Marvel movie's songs with some merch.

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Mike Sorrentino
Mike Sorrentino is a Senior Editor for Mobile, covering phones, texting apps and smartwatches -- obsessing about how we can make the most of them. Mike also keeps an eye out on the movie and toy industry, and outside of work enjoys biking and pizza making.
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Looking like a spacey speaker

The limited-edition "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"-branded Doritos bag plays the movie's soundtrack. It comes in a box, which when closed, looks like a speaker from Star-Lord's ship.

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Open the box

Inside the box is the bag of Doritos, featuring a cassette deck design on the front.

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Around back

The back of the bag includes nutrition information and more speaker-like designs.

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Headphones and Micro-USB

Also included is a headphone set and a Micro-USB cable for recharging the bag.

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It has a headphone jack!

Plugging right into the bag lets you listen to the soundtrack for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."

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Push play

By pressing the "buttons" on the front, you can turn on the bag and start listening.

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The player inside

I pulled out and adjusted the music player inside the bag to make it easier to work with.

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There's a battery!

On the back of the foam insert that contains the player, you can see the rechargeable battery.

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Logo's lit

When the player is turned on, the Doritos logo lights up, which looks cool in a dimly lit room.

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Yep, this feels strange

The album does play, but I wouldn't go for a run with this bag of chips.

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Pricey way to listen to these songs

While the product quickly sold out on Amazon, it was selling for $30 (roughly £20 and AU40). It is cheaper to grab the CD or MP3 version of the album, and throw another Guardians toy into your cart.

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